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‘Glee’s’ Jayma Mays sings like a canary about John Stamos

Hollywoodnews.com: Jayma Mays, who plays cutie guidance counselor Emma on “Glee,” went on the record to talk about some of the hit show’s upcoming moments.

Next season, John Stamos is slotted to guest star as Emma’s dentist love interest.

“ I was so excited when I found out (about John being on the show). I feel like I’m actually the last person to know these things. [Laughs] I found out via a text. Someone was like, ‘Uncle Jesse?’” says the actress whose character was smitten with Matthew Morrison’s glee coach, “I was kissing Doogie Howser one minute, and then I found out that I’m going to kiss Uncle Jesse the next. I just need Punky Brewster to be my best friend now, and my childhood fantasy will be complete.”

Mays further tells Entertainment Weekly, “I think we should have a lot of intimate scenes together. That’s what I think. I need to talk to the writers. He’s a dentist, so maybe Emma needs braces, or she’s got lots of cavities. I feel like they need to prolong this idea for a while.”

The actress will also be appearing in the “Smurfs” movie opposite Neil Patrick Harris.

“I play Grace Winslow and Neil Patrick Harris is my husband, Patrick Winslow. We are pregnant, I guess that’s how they say it now, ‘we are pregnant,’ with our first child. His character is a little bit apprehensive about that, and my character’s motherly instincts are kicking in. So when the Smurfs come into our world, it’s almost like practice in a way. [Laughs] They get sucked through this vortex and pushed out into New York City and cause mayhem and excitement and all the rest of it. It’s loosely based on a true story, obviously.”

Read the rest of Mays’ Q&A with Entertainment Weekly here.

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